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Add ketchup to the sauce. (about 1/2 cup) It makes it even better. I've never known anyone who could keep their hands off this one. Soak the toothpicks in water prevent them from burning. And make plenty!

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Trish Za Dish October 30, 2009

Verty simple and tasty! This was a hit for Christmas dinner this year. Who would have thought that something so easy would win the crowd that afternoon! thanks for the great recipe!

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Amlaphq January 03, 2009

Outstanding! My Mom used to make these, and I never had the recipe....I thank you so much for giving me back my Mom's recipe -- It's totally awesome!!! And everyone in my family has wondered about how to make this easy and tasty appetizer for years! Perfect! Thanks for posting, LorenLou!!!

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Stacky5 January 24, 2006

Simple and quick and oh so yummy. I'd eaten these before but never made them. The recipe showed up just in time for New Year's Eve. People couldn't stay out of them! I used a touch more sugar and a touch less soy sauce, and after the broiling I transfered them into the serving dish and left that in the oven around 250 for awhile to keep them warm and let them cook a little longer. Perfect!

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ReeLani January 01, 2004
Christmas (or any other time) Appetizer